18:20 - Bad English le pen likes wwii shit she gets money from ppl what lives in those days, and black mail is good, UK should pay if wanna be part of traid, like Suisse and Norge do, they can not parasite !
18:18 - yvesson Hej, they will try and punish the UK, for sure. And off with the WWII stuff, it was 70 years ago and we watch their movies and shit since then, so we paid back 100 times. :/
18:16 - Bad English Try to otder something from USA via i net, taxes after 20 dollars, try order in non EU Europe 10 CD's from Germany you will pay taxes, gosh working class needs football, meat and heineken, and more football , pathetic
18:11 - Bad English like I said only WP and far rights wannba out, btw Afred Hutler ghad some plans for frenchies, funny they forgot it and then needs us and uk to liberate them.
18:06 - Bad English well if UK wanna stay in open market they need pay, EU can say they need pay 10 times more as in EU ..and ppl has no rights chose so important matters, look at Norway they are not happy.,
18:02 - yvesson Hej, democracy according to UE : if you vote yes to UE, no more referendum, if you vote no, there will be referendums until you accept, even 50.01% with 20% people voting...
17:40 - Bad English why is that that east europeaisn whit WP tenceces cabnt accept other thinging people?
01. Psalm 666 (Intro) 02. Creed Of Abraham 03. Hollow Womb Of Suicide 04. Sword Of The East [Hawkwind cover] 05. Satanic Black Nubian Pharaohs 06. Wonderful World [Louis Armstrong cover] 07. The Gods Who Mock Us 08. Behold The Kindred Battle Carcasses Strewn Across The Bloodied Dunes Of Gilgamesh Mute In The Frenzied Clamour Of Deaths Rolling Tongue And Ravenous Bursting Steel 09. Beyond Death And Darkness
How many times have you listened to a band and been irritated at the fact that their music doesn't seem to properly reflect the themes set by their lyrics? It can happen a lot, and coming from both a writing and a musical background, I tend to have a pretty dismissive (that is, snobby) attitude towards bands that fail to maintain a strong unity between the two. Fortunately for The Meads Of Asphodel, this has never been a problem, and their bizarre blend of black metal has always seen its topics of Christian and Middle Eastern history augmented by a careful choice of instruments and compositional structure. Damascus Steel, the band's third album, sits at an interesting point in their discography, both continuing upon the path set by their previous material, while also exploring some more sophisticated, perhaps bolder territory.